Sunday, December 18, 2005

Haiku: Raiders 7 / Browns 9

Norv and Kerry got
their wish—and so we get coal
and Cleveland the gift.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brutal ... simply brutal. Scoring 7 points at home to lose to the Browns is beyond X's and O's of game planning, it's about desire. Our boyz don't have it and have let the fans down. If you can't play for the pride of the Nation, or yourself ... play for your bank accounts. Believe me the personnel departments of every team are watching (including Al Davis), efforts like this are going to hurt the free agent contracts and certainly hurt their future prospects of putting on the Silver & Black next year.

8:35 PM  
Blogger Calico Jack said...

The Raiders D played with heart and made a goal line stand, shut down the Browns running attack, and came up with 2 turnovers. This brutal loss is on the offense & Sea Bass who should have dressed up as St. Nick since he gave the Browns a HUGE gift. A very demoralzing L to say the least. It has been a rare sighting to see all 3 phases of the game play well for the Silver and Black.

10:19 PM  
Blogger Doobie said...

Agreed. Even though they let the Browns drive on them (including a stupid penalty on a sack) to score the winning FG, bottom line is that the defense gave up nine points. NINE. Where was the offense? Another sad day by Turner & Co.

4:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

On the brightside, Matt Leinart may be there in the 6-hole. BTW, anyone know where I can download and Autumn Wind ringtone? Thanks.

9:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Look, I love Al like most Raiders fans but his guy Norv got us into this mess and I expect Al to get us out.

If I'm Al, I try to lure Jimmy Johnson out of retirement with a king's ransom for a salary. Then find a way to somehow grab Bush and Leinart in the '06 draft and pry Favre out of Green Bay. I figure any player on the current roster is expendable as is any '06 draft pick.

Yeah, it's a pie in the sky but it sounds a heck of a lot better than what we currently have.

10:51 AM  

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